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Charlie Berens @ Turner Hall Ballroom
Nov 29 @ 8:00 pm

They say everyone will get 15 minutes of fame. Charlie Berens is currently on his 17th minute…with more on the way. The Los Angeles (by way of Elm Grove) actor has utilized his Badger State background to fashion a cottage industry that’s finding an audience, especially in his home state. Last year, Berens produced Wisconsin-themed Titanic, Batman, and Making A Murder parody videos that garnered millions of views.

Berens returned to the well of Wisconsin-focused funniness in January when he put on a camouflage jacket and took a seat in front of a camera to deliver the inaugural Manitowoc Minute. In late June, the video series went weekly, and it quickly found a sizable and devoted viewership on Facebook and YouTube. Berens will “keep ‘er movin’” with a pair of sold-out Turner Hall shows that will serve as an unofficial culmination to the most successful year of his career. Oh my gosh!

Nov
30
Thu
Charlie Berens @ Turner Hall Ballroom
Nov 30 @ 8:00 pm

They say everyone will get 15 minutes of fame. Charlie Berens is currently on his 17th minute…with more on the way. The Los Angeles (by way of Elm Grove) actor has utilized his Badger State background to fashion a cottage industry that’s finding an audience, especially in his home state. Last year, Berens produced Wisconsin-themed Titanic, Batman, and Making A Murder parody videos that garnered millions of views.

Berens returned to the well of Wisconsin-focused funniness in January when he put on a camouflage jacket and took a seat in front of a camera to deliver the inaugural Manitowoc Minute. In late June, the video series went weekly, and it quickly found a sizable and devoted viewership on Facebook and YouTube. Berens will “keep ‘er movin’” with a pair of sold-out Turner Hall shows that will serve as an unofficial culmination to the most successful year of his career. Oh my gosh!

Nick Offerman @ Riverside Theater
Nov 30 @ 8:00 pm

Enough talking: Nick Offerman—noted humorist, writer, woodworker, and Ron Swanson—will return to Milwaukee a week after Thanksgiving, which seems to be an especially Offerman-y holiday. The comedian will be performing a solo stand-up set, musing on “survival in the wild, living with enthusiasm, and most importantly, the cultivation of fulsome body hair.” The name of his tour, appropriately, is the “Full Bush” tour.